Flora was previously Digital Editor at New Scientist, and wrote for the BBC, CBC, and CNET, among others. She has appeared as a commentator on technology for news outlets in the UK, Europe and North America. As a speaker and chair, she has appeared at events at the Royal Institution, Imperial College and the Shanghai Science Hall.
Before becoming a journalist, Flora worked in software and videogame development.
You may have guessed from her accent that Flora is originally from the Great White North. After growing up in Vancouver, Canada, Flora moved to the United Kingdom in 2002 due to her love of old buildings and strong regional accents.
Flora has a BSc in physics and English from UBC and an MSc in science communication from Imperial College, London.
Favourite topics include physics, creative non-fiction, mobile technology, radio and why you’ll never get a fridge that orders your groceries.
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